Mole, Skin Tags and Milia


Anywhere on the body, moles are brown or black skin growths that might be flat or elevated.

Although most moles are benign, skin cancer can occasionally arise from them.

Skin tag

Skin tags are tiny, harmless skin growths that normally protrude from the skin and are joined by a short stalk.

They are typical and unharmful.


Milia which frequently arise on the face and are little, white, raised lumps, are brought on by trapped dead skin cells.

They are harmless and simple to get rid of.

What are the causes?


Melanocyte clusters, which are responsible for moles’ production, are regulated by both genetics and solar exposure.

Skin tag

Although the precise source of skin tags is unknown, they are believed to be brought on by friction or irritated skin, hormone changes, or heredity.


Milia are little, white bumps that form as a result of the accumulation of dead skin cells that get stuck beneath the skin’s surface.

Genetics, skin damage, or specific skin care products may be to blame for this.

Treatment Available

Laser Treatment

Moles can be removed or have their look diminished using laser treatments. Lasers of various kinds, such as carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers, pulsed dye lasers, and Nd:YAG lasers, can be employed.
While pulsed dye lasers and Nd:YAG lasers target the mole’s blood vessels, which causes them to constrict and ultimately disappear, CO2 lasers work by vaporizing the mole tissue. The size, color, and location of the mole, along with the patient’s skin type and medical background, will all affect the sort of laser that is used.
Although most moles can be treated with lasers safely and effectively, there are a few risks and side effects to be mindful of. These include discomfort, erythema, swelling, scarring, and modifications to the color or structure of the skin. Additionally, there is a chance that the mole won’t completely disappear or come back.
It is crucial to have a mole examined by a qualified dermatologist or skin expert to make sure it is not cancerous or precancerous prior to receiving laser treatment for the mole. A different form of treatment, such as surgical excision, may be required if the mole is discovered to be cancerous.
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